More than 15 of us have been growing moustaches over the past month, along with thousands of other men up and the country, in a bid to raise money to help fight men's prostate cancer
As I revealed in my column a few weeks ago, loads of the players here at Sale have only been too happy to back the campaign and quite a few of the staff have got involved too.
At the outset at the start of the month I had at the back of my mind that if we got to £1,000 I would be really pleased and we have already managed to achieve that.
So now in the last few days of the month we really want to try and give it one final push to help raise as much more cash as we can.
Needless to say given some of the sights on view, there's been tons of banter flying around at training.
There have been plenty of stick about who's looking good and who's not.
When we go out as a group with all our face fuzz, we look like something out of the wild west but it's a good laugh.
As well as a bit of fun there's been a serious side to it too as all the money raised goes to help in the fight to tackle cancer.
The disease is something that touches almost every family, it's certainly affected mine, so anything that raises money to aid research is a good thing.
If we were handing out awards for the best presented moustache I would have to say that Tom Arscott has been looking. He's got a good close shave on the side and he looks a bit like Johnny Depp from Pirates Of The Caribbean!
Michael Paterson and Tony Buckley would also have to be mentioned in dispatches as well so they would be my top three.
At the other end of the scale, the worst moustache award would have to go to Will Addison.
He's come in for the most grief from the other lads and though he's tried his hardest, there's not been much growth so it's definitely been one of the weaker efforts. It's almost looks as if it would blow off in the wind but he's tried his hardest bless him.
And though most players will shave their 'taches off come December 1, Jonathan Mills and I have shook hands on a bet to see who can grow theirs out for the longest.
It will be a case of who blinks first, but fingers crossed Millsy's missus will have had enough of it soon and will them to get rid!
I think our director of rugby Steve Diamond will also be secretly glad when the month is up.
At one of our training sessions earlier this month, Dimes warned that if anyone dropped the ball because they were fiddling with their moustaches, they would be forced to do an extra session.
Safe to say no-one made a mistake!
Details of how to make a donation to the Sale Mo team can be found at http://uk.movember.com/team/1117197